What’s the best face mask: sheet or clay? | The Tylt
What’s the best face mask: sheet or clay?
Sheet masks exploded onto the beauty scene within the past two years or so. Hailing from Korea, sheet masks are full of concentrated ingredients that can deliver results upon only a few uses. Charcoal sheet masks, for example, are incredibly effectively for dealing with acne, and hydrogel is great for hydrating drier skin. They’re essentially one-stop-shops for specific beauty treatments.
Sheet masks are also great for those constantly on the move. Their adhesive quality allows users to go about doing chores without a lot of slippage (and with plenty of opportunities to scare the Bejeezus out of anyone who catches a glimpse of them). Feel free to treat yourself to one every day, so long as it doesn’t contain harsh ingredients.
Like sheet masks, clay masks have the ability to stick to your face exactly: As soon as they dry, they basically become another layer of skin. This allows them to target every nook and cranny of your face, hitting areas other products may not have reached.
Clay masks are also great for natural purification. They’re pros at drawing out acne-causing impurities lingering under your skin while eliminating any excess oil that’s causing unwanted shine. They may feel tight at first, but as soon as you rinse them off, prepare for a deeply cleansed feeling.